- Attendance Certificate (Arrival / Departure Form)
- Please bring your attendance certificate (Arrival or Departure form) to the UCL Student Enquiries Desk, which is located on 1st floor of the UCL Student Centre (click here for opening hours).
- UCL Student Enquiries Desk starts signing the forms on the first day of term. Affiliate students may request to have their forms signed retrospectively, with the Orientation Programme's start date.
- If a student already left UCL, confirmation of attendance can be requested from UCL Student Enquiries Desk via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Learning Agreements (Before Mobility)
- Before arrival or after the academic year ends, Erasmus Learning Agreements can be e-mailed to email@example.com.
- If your learning agreement was prepared by your home university and has different information than below, please inform your Erasmus Coordinator about our correct contact details and request if your document could be updated:
HOST / RECEIVING INSTITUTION Erasmus code : UK LONDON029 Institution name : UCL (University College London) Faculty : Arts & Humanities Department : School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS) Address : Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT Country, Country code : United Kingdom, UK Contact / Responsible person : Dr Ana Cláudia Suriani da Silva Function : Affiliates Tutor Phone Number : +44 (0) 20 7679 4339 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Learning Agreements (Changes During Mobility)
During the academic year, all agreements should be brought to SELCS departmental office (Foster Court room 131).
- Learning Agreements (After Mobility) - Transcripts of Records
- Transcript of Records or 'After Mobility' form is the last part of your Erasmus Learning Agreement, which lists your grades and obtained credits. Not all universities require that this part of the Learning Agreement is completed, but if your home institution needs you to submit it, please fill in your Transcript of Records form and e-mail it to email@example.com after your module results are published on Portico (this usually takes place by mid July, or mid January for affiliates who studied at UCL in autumn term only).
- Information about receiving final UCL transcripts can be found here.
- Studying at UCL in autumn term (term 1) only
- Although the UCL autumn term is less than 90 days, it should still be acceptable as a full academic term for the purpose of Erasmus mobility for studies. These rules are specified by individual national agencies in each country and application of this rule seems to vary, however, please note the Erasmus+ Programme Guide which explains that minimum duration of a study period is 3 months, or 1 academic term or trimester (please see the small print for point 24 at the bottom of page 35). The above information was passed on to all our Erasmus partners.
- If students are strictly required to spend at least 3 months / 90 days at UCL, we recommend that they apply for second semester instead, which consists of term 2 and term 3 respectively and lasts 5 months in total (from early January to early June).